That commercial is the funniest thing I have seen in ages. I love seeing that one. Just as good as the metal heads head banging with the headphones on!
Yeah, without picture proof, you shouldn't (and hopefully you are not) joke around about that one. That one person will find you and hunt you down!
Coaster Count - OMG...I completely lost count... How do you all do it? Man, I really need to update my Photo TR from last year!! >:O 2012 - SoCal and everything I can cram into the week! 2013 - Back to Orlando!
went today and no new updates except LCD TVs were being put up in the queue and the entrance by Blue Man Group was getting its finishing touches. Saw crew members with brightly colored red yellow and black splattered shirts by jaws learning the ropes on how to run a ride. Thats about it though for today.
Today I had the chance to run over to Universal after work, meeting up with my friend Jake from the East Coast trip. Sure enough, Rockit's work continues, but I was fortunate enough to see one full test run, and I've even got pictures! This is a pretty photo-intensive update, so be forewarned.
The walls around the Blue Man Group side of the station have finally come down to reveal a unique queue.
After riding Mr. Freeze earlier this week, seeing a mechanical belt like this one definitely excites me...
Into the den of the rockers you go!
The stairway seems to be configured much like Men in Black with three lines, allowing for potential single rider or Express Pass entry.
Is this the fabled seperate ticket entry location for Rip, Ride, Rockit that we've all been hearing about?
At least the queue isn't entirely outside. Some shade, some music videos and a few fans can make the queuing experience so much better!
I already feel like I'm in line for The Simpsons Ride.
A construction-free, grassy view of the Citywalk portion of the ride.
New stickers have been applied to the station/queue's sides to further connect the ride to its theme.
Not a bad touch, if you ask me.
I think I'll get used to seeing this eventually.
Nothing new here. Move along.
And no. There are no ringy dingy ding-a-ling dings. Fin.
The "queue arches" are no "queue covers." Who would've guessed?
Thanks to TNA Wrestling, the production studios entrance was open, allowing us to get photos like this.
Dark, yet beautiful.
I think I've found an Alton-esque proposal spot in Orlando!
But Domo has got dibs on the first proposal!
A darker take on my typical "sun shots," I bring you, "sunset shots!"
I found the cameras in the firehouse!
Now all we have to do is find Carmen Sandiago and Waldo...
Fail no more.
Jake walks away from Domowood, grinning from ear to ear.
Coasters don't typically pop out of my skull, but in the rare instances they do, I have my camera ready to document this phenomena.
Notice anything strange with this photo?
And back down we go...
Thank you TNA!
This thing really flies through the brake runs.
I didn't see the ride let up for one moment during its cycle...
And so the train returns to the station, awaiting further tweaks and test results (if there are any).
Does a photo like this even need a watermark when you know I'm the kind of person to post it?
Tilted edginess in honor of my edgy partner in crime, Bryan.
This curvacious beast finishes its run directly after this pictured section.
Awaiting the Freestyle Music overlay...
The worker decided to kiss the water dummy before it rode off into the sunset.
Universal, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
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